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The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs - Open Libraries Collection

THE SALIS COLLECTION: ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, AND OTHER DRUGS In addition to many generous individuals who have contributed in multiple ways to the SALIS COLLECTION, SALIS also extends sincere thanks to the following funding partners: Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation , Main campus in Center City, MN, USA Joel and Maria Fort Foundation, San Francisco, CA, USA National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), Rockville, MD, USA SALIS membership (Substance Abuse Librarians and Information Specialists), Home Office in Berkeley, CA, USA Society for the Study of Addiction (SSA), Northampton, UK University of Toronto (UT), Toronto, Ontario, Canada Vereniging voor Alcohol en andere Drugproblemen (VAD), Brussels, Belgium DESCRIPTION THE SALIS COLLECTION includes key seminal, full-text books, reports, documents, and other literature. Its subjects include both legal and illegal drugs, the use and misuse of chemicals, the role of education and prevention, physical health and mental health aspects, drug policy, legal issues, and more. It is international in its scope, and covers a wide number of disciplines. THE SALIS COLLECTION is produced by SALIS (Substance Abuse Librarians and Information Specialists), a long-established international association of librarians and other information professionals focused on the health and social concerns surrounding alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. SALIS is a leading advocate in the evaluating, compiling, organizing, preserving, and making accessible the literature of the drugs, alcohol, and addictions field. The unique THE SALIS COLLECTION includes full-text books, reports, documents, and grey literature regarding alcohol, tobacco, psychoactive substances (such as marijuana, opioids, heroin, and cocaine), and other drugs. The books and documents address drug use and misuse, chemical dependency and alcoholism, health complications, treatment and recovery, education and prevention, research and theory, policy and legal issues, societal issues, mental health aspects, process or behavioral addictions, and more. The collection has impressive breadth and depth, as it is international and interdisciplinary, encompassing all years.
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THE SALIS COLLECTION: ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, AND OTHER DRUGS In addition to many generous individuals who have contributed in multiple ways to the SALIS COLLECTION, SALIS also extends sincere thanks to the following funding partners: Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation , Main campus in Center City, MN, USA Joel and Maria Fort Foundation, San Francisco, CA, USA National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), Rockville, MD, USA SALIS membership (Substance Abuse Librarians and Information Specialists), Home Office in Berkeley, CA, USA Society for the Study of Addiction (SSA), Northampton, UK University of Toronto (UT), Toronto, Ontario, Canada Vereniging voor Alcohol en andere Drugproblemen (VAD), Brussels, Belgium DESCRIPTION THE SALIS COLLECTION includes key seminal, full-text books, reports, documents, and other literature. Its subjects include both legal and illegal drugs, the use and misuse of chemicals, the role of education and prevention, physical health and mental health aspects, drug policy, legal issues, and more. It is international in its scope, and covers a wide number of disciplines. THE SALIS COLLECTION is produced by SALIS (Substance Abuse Librarians and Information Specialists), a long-established international association of librarians and other information professionals focused on the health and social concerns surrounding alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. SALIS is a leading advocate in the evaluating, compiling, organizing, preserving, and making accessible the literature of the drugs, alcohol, and addictions field. The unique THE SALIS COLLECTION includes full-text books, reports, documents, and grey literature regarding alcohol, tobacco, psychoactive substances (such as marijuana, opioids, heroin, and cocaine), and other drugs. The books and documents address drug use and misuse, chemical dependency and alcoholism, health complications, treatment and recovery, education and prevention, research and theory, policy and legal issues, societal issues, mental health aspects, process or behavioral addictions, and more. The collection has impressive breadth and depth, as it is international and interdisciplinary, encompassing all years.
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2018
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